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    The Tongues Between Us by Meyer, Bruce ( SIGNED )

    London, Ontario: Southwestern Ontario Poetry, 1982. Fine copy, from the library of Dorothy livesay, and warmly inscribed to her by the author. Author's first book.. Inscribed By Author. First Printing of the First Edition. Stapled Wraps. Fine. Association Copy.



    El Traidor (Benito Mussolini) by [RADICAL & PROLETARIAN LITERATURE] BALABANOFF, Angelica

    [Buenos Aires]: Los Antifascistas Italianos en Argentina, (1943). First Edition. Paperback. Major association copy of one of Balabanoff's scarcest books. Angelica Balabanoff (1878-1965), an Italian Jew, was among the founders of the Italian Communist Party in 1900; she joined the Russian Bolsheviks in 1917 and served as secretary of the Comintern from 1919-20, during which time she became closely affiliated with Lenin, Trotsky, Zinoviev, and many others. She broke with the Bolsheviks and left Russia in 1922, after which she once again became active in the Italian Socialist party. During Mussolini's regime she went into exile, first in Switzerland, then Paris and, briefly, Mexico and Buenos Aires; finally, New York City, where she remained until the close of the war. Balabanoff wrote fluently in at least four languages, publishing original works in Italian, Spanish, English and French (and often, as here, providing her own translations for multilingual editions). The current copy, inscribed by Balabanoff to the influential American communists (and, later, anti-communists) Bertram and Ella Wolfe, comprises a significant association; Balabanoff and Ella Wolfe met during the former's war-time exile and remained lifelong friends; their correspondence, housed at the Hoover Institution, provided much of the source material for Maria Lafont's biographyThe Strange Comrade Balabanoff (McFarland, 2016). This edition rare; one physical copy only in OCLC (Houghton); the preceding Italian and English-language editions also scarce, represented by fewer than 5 copies each in institutional holdings. Octavo (20cm). Plain card wrappers in pictorial dustwrapper; 203, [2]pp; frontispiece portrait. Warmly inscribed and signed inside front wrapper to American communists Bertram D. Wolfe and his wife Ella in year of publication: "For my dear comrades and friends Ella and Bert W. hoping that 1944 will be less cruel to humanity than its immediate predecessor." Expected marginal tanning to text, else a sound, attractive copy in a lightly worn dustwrapper. Translation (by Balabanoff) from the Italian of Il Traditore (NY:1942). Text entirely in Spanish save the final page, which reprints a poem in Italian, "Inno dei Lavoratori," by Filippo Turati.



    The War the Infantry Knew 1914-1919. by [DUNN, James Churchill.]

    London: P.S. King & Son Ltd,, 1938. A Chronicle of Service in France and Belgium with The Second Battalion His Majesty's Twenty-Third Foot, The Royal Welch Fusiliers: founded on personal records, recollections and reflections, assembled, edited and partly written by One of their Medical Officers. Octavo. Original red cloth, gilt titles to the spine, regiment initials gilt to front board. 27 leaves of sketch-maps bound in at the rear. Ends and corners rubbed, the spine a touch discoloured, a very good copy. First edition, one of just 500 copies privately produced by the author, this a superb Royal Welch Fusiliers association copy, with gilt supralibros: "Presented to the Officers of the 2nd Bn. The Royal Welch Fusiliers by Lieutenant-Colonel D. M. Barchard", and with the ink stamp "Officers' Mess. 2nd Bn. Royal Welch Fusiliers" to front pastedown. Barchard was commissioned in the RWF in 1911 and served in the 1st Bn in the early months before the war before being captured and spending the next four years in captivity in Germany. In 1939 he was Commanding Officer, 2nd Bn in Hong Kong, then in Lucknow. An inked note to the title page identifies the author as "Dr. Dunne [sic] of Glasgow. Appears as Dr. Munro in Sassoon's 'Sherston's Progress'. Had served in the Yeomanry in South Africa and won the DCM as a trooper." During the Second World War the 2nd Bn. served in India and Madagascar. The battalion included the authors of two of the most famous literary accounts of the Great War, Graves and Sassoon, with the latter contributing a chapter to the present work entitled "A Subaltern's Service in Camp and in Action," covering the period from 12 March to 16 April 1917, which is described as, "An early draft of pages of Memoirs of an Infantry Officer." Graves offered to contribute, but Dunn was not an admirer of Goodbye to all that, and declined his offer. Graves is mentioned, disparagingly, a handful of times in the text. Dunn's is an extraordinary book; in the Face of Battle John Keegan described it as "one of the most interesting and revealing books of its type … a genuinely truthful and fascinating picture of the war as it was for the infantry." Compiled in diary form from the reminiscences of around 50 members of the Battalion, it is without doubt the most authentic account of the experience of the Western Front at Battalion level. Providing complete confirmation of the old cliché that war is "90 per cent boredom and 10 per cent sheer terror", these accounts provide remarkable insight into the mental state invoked by the conditions of trench warfare.



    Balance of Power: The Negro Vote by MOON, Henry Lee

    Garden City: Doubleday, 1948. Near Fine/Very Good. First edition. Lightly bumping at two corner near fine in a very good dustwrapper with rubbing and wear at the edges. Signed by the author. A study of the Negro vote from Reconstruction to the present times. Moon was an important journalist and author. He was the cousin of Chester Himes, whose novel Pinktoes, about an interracial marriage, was somewhat meanly based on Moon's own marriage.



    Men, Women and Dogs by THURBER, James

    New York: Harcourt, Brace and Company, 1943. Very Good/Very Good. First edition. Preface by Dorothy Parker. Corners frayed a bit, an about very good copy in near very good dustwrapper with some professional internal strengthening and some modest chips at the extremities. Inscribed to the longtime office manager of The New Yorker, Daise Terry: "For Terry, Love and kisses, James Thurber."



    THE BOY AND THE FOREST by Will and Nicolas (William Lipkind & Nicolas Mordvinoff)

    NY: Harcourt Brace & World. What has happened to turn a peaceful forest into a fearful place? A lovely tale by Lipkind and Nordvinoff who first book, THE TWO REDS, was a CALDECOTT RUNNER-UP in 1950. This was their last book together. Copy has sunning to the bottom edge, a copy of faint tan marks on the front end papers, a tiny brown spot on the first text page. Dust jacket is edge worn with a heavily chipped spine mended w/ acid-free document tape now & poly protector. Association copy: INSCRIBED BY LIPKIND TO FAMED LITERARY FIGURE MAX EASTMAN & HIS WIFE YVETTE: "FOR MAX & YVETTE WITH LOVE - WILL - SUMMER 1964." This scarce copy previously owned by Eastman's Grandniece from her Great-Aunt Yvette who recently died. OUT OF PRINT. . Very Good. Hardcover. First Edition. 1964.



    The Black Man's North and East Africa by ben-JOCHANNAN, Yosef and George E. Simmonds

    (New York: Alkebu-lan Books, 1971. Very Good. First edition. Octavo. 96pp. Illustrated wrappers. Stamp of an Afro-Asian Institute on bottom of page edge and inside front wrap, number label at base of the spine, pocket at the rear, stain on the foredge, very good. Inscribed by Yosef ben-Jochannan to the Institute. Early history of Northern and Eastern Africa.



    Telephone Poles and Other Poems by UPDIKE, John

    New York: Alfred A. Knopf, 1963. Fine/Fine. First edition. Fine in price-clipped, else fine dustwrapper. Inscribed by the author: "for Herb Yellin, John Updike," Herb Yellin was the founder and publisher of Lord John Press and the most frequent of Updike's fine press collaborators. He named his press after noting that the list of authors he wanted to publish all shared the same first name, chief among them John Updike, his favorite. Hub Fans Bid Kid Adieu became the press's first book in 1977 with 10 more to follow over the next 23 years. Yellin's friendship with Updike grew with each new limited edition benefitting his already enormous Updike collection, with Updike himself contributing copies of new editions of his books - often inscribed. In a 2010 interview with Yellin he noted that Updike "...liked that if anything ever happened to his own collection, he had my collection on the opposite side of the country." A notable association in a nice copy of the author's second book of poems.



    Pierre Ecrite (Librairie Classique) by BONNEFOY, Yves

    Paris: Mercvre De France (Librairies Joseph Gilbert), 1965. Near Fine/Very Good. First edition, unnumbered copy. 87pp. Wrappers. Text in French. Ownership signature of poet Daniel Hoffman, endpapers with light offsetting, preliminary pages unopened on top edge, wrapper edges modestly worn, near fine in a very good unprinted glassine dustwrapper and a very good printed paper dustwrapper with title and author name inked on spine and front panel, spine sunned. Laid in is an "Aerogramme" handwritten letter Inscribed by the author to fellow poet Daniel Hoffman. A unique association copy. Poetry.




    Crescent City, FL: EPOS, 1962. First Edition. One of 500 copies. Slim octavo (23.25cm); dark yellow card wrappers, printed in green and black; 26,[2]pp. With a contemporary presentation inscription to poet John William Corrington on the first blank page: "To William Corrington / Charles Bukowski." Surrounding his inscription, Bukowski has embellished the page with flowers and stray lines in red paint and blue ballpoint pen. Some trivial creasing to yapped edges at spine ends and upper corners, else Fine. Special "Extra Issue" of this Florida-based poetry quarterly, the first such issue published by EPOS dedicated entirely to the work of a single author. A distinguished copy, with a contemporary inscription to poet John William Corrington, with whom Bukowski enjoyed a lengthy, early exchange of correspondance. Bukowski would go on to dedicate Run With The Hunted to him, and Corrington would end up writing the introduction to Bukowski's 1963 volume It Catches My Heart In Its Hands. Krumhansl 7; Dorbin A2.



    Pieces Of Land: Journeys To Eight Islands by Kevin Crossley-Holland

    Gollancz, UK, 1972. First Edition. Hardcover. Very Good Condition/Good. 293 which includes an index pages. Journeys To Eight Islands [ASSOCIATION COPY OF AUTHOR JILL PATON WALSH] 1972]. Inscribed 'Jill and Tony With love Kevin (presumably the author of the book Kevin Crossley-Holland. Also blind stamp to the bottom of the title page has 'This Book Belongs to Jill Paton Walsh'. Book - in Very Good brown boards with gilt lettering - slight bumping to the extreme corners. Contents, clean, bright and tightly bound. Dust Jacket - Very Good - light creasing to the extreme corners. Size: 9.25 inches tall by 6 inches. 293 which includes an index. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Travel & Places; ISBN: 0575014881. ISBN/EAN: 9780575014886. Inventory No: A296-1128.. 9780575014886



    Modern Controversy: Or, a Plain and Rational Account of the Catholick Faith, in Three Parts. I. Of General Controversies. II. Of Particular Controversies. III. Of Lesser Controversies. With a Preface and Appendix by Anon. (Robert Manning)

    s.n. (Thomas Meighan). Hardcover. B00M74ZDZE 1720 first edition n.p. [Thomas Meighan] (London?), 4 1/2 x 7 1/8 inches tall light gray paper-covered boards over blue cloth spine, printed paper title label to spine, [26], 204, lxviii, [1] pp. Title page a bit soiled. Minor staining to the top margin of the first few pages. Otherwise, a very good copy of a scarce work. Association copy: Armorial bookplate of Joseph Gillow to front free-endpaper, and signed note by Gillow on the front pastedown identifying the author of this anonymous work as Fr. Robert Manning, and referring to his entry on Manning in Gillow's monumental work, the Biographical and Bibliographical Dictionary of the English Catholics (5 vols, 1885-1902). Gillow (1850-1921) was an English Roman Catholic antiquary and bio-bibliographer, referred to by Thomas Bridgett in the Oxford Dictionary of National Biography as 'the Plutarch of the English Catholics.' The English Short Title Catalog (No. T59201) locates copies of this work at only five American institutions: Univ. of Notre Dame, Univ. of Pennsylvania, UCLA, St. Louis University and Perkins School of Theology at SMU. ~H~ The author of this anonymous work, Robert Manning (1655-1731) was an English Roman Catholic priest and controversialist. Born to an English mother and Dutch father, Manning entered the English College, Douai in 1668, and later taught humanities and philosophy there. Ordained a priest in 1690, he was sent to the English mission in 1692, becoming chaplain to Lord Petre and other members of the Petre family at Ingatestone Hall. Stylish, learned, and dialectically convincing, Manning produced a string of polemical works that rank him as one of the leading figures in that silver age of English Catholic controversial writing. (Michael Mullett, ed., 'English Catholicism 1680-1830,' Vol. 1, pp. 289-90). In his preface to this work, Manning refers to the anonymous tract entitled, 'A Protestant's Resolution Showing His Reasons Why He Will Not be a Papist, Directed to the Meanest Capacity.' This tract was frequently reprinted, the sixth edition, London, 1684. (The end of the title to this work by Manning reads: 'With a preface and appendix, in vindication of Catholick morals, from the old calumnies faithfully collected in a libel, entitled, A Protestant's resolution, &c.') The publisher of this edition, Thomas Meighan, is sometimes referred to as the 'father of Catholic booksellers in 18th century London,' working during a time when it was most impolitic to be a Catholic there, let alone a Catholic publisher and bookseller. His shop was at the northern end of Drury Lane, in the parish of St. Giles-in-the-Fields. He can be found in business there as early as September 13, 1715, when Viscount Townshend, Secretary of State for the Northern Department, issued instructions for the interception of mail destined to 'Mr. Mahon's, a bookseller near the Crown tavern in Drury Lane.' Advertisements Meighan published in 1715 and 1717 display a wide range of Catholic books. Not content with selling, he also became what we would call nowadays a publisher, that is, one who acted as a catalyst and helped authors to get their books printed and sold, and as early as 1715 we find a book with 'sold by Thomas Meighan' in the imprint. Usually, however, the restrictions on English Catholics prevented such a public display, and most Catholic works appeared anonymously, often with false imprints, so that it is impossible to identify the printer, much less ascertain which bookseller sold the work. In 1726, when the government decided to seize all copies of Robert Manning's newly printed 'England's Conversion and Reformation Compared,' the warrants were issued only against Meighan, implying that the book was on sale at his shop alone. . Very Good. 1720. First Edition.



    Eubie Blake (SIGNED) by Al Rose

    Used; Good. Signed. Schirmer Books, New York, 1979. Hardcover. Book Condition: Very Good. Dust Jacket Condition: Very Good. Jacket protected by BroDart clear mylar cover. First Edition. This is an association copy signed and inscribed by Blake to Sevara and Al Freeman, Jr. (He is mostly recognized for his portrayal of police captain Ed Hall on the ABC soap opera One Life to Live, a role he played from 1972 through 1987, with recurring appearances in 1988 and 2000. He won a Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Lead Actor for that role in 1979, the first actor from the show as well as the first African-American actor to earn the award. A director of One Life to Live, he was one of the first African Americans to direct a soap opera). Purchased from the estate of Al Freeman, Jr. and Sevara Freeman Estate. . 1979. HARDCOVER.



    Recollections of a Baseball Junkie by RUST, Art, Jr. with Edna Rust

    New York: William Morrow, 1985. Fine/Fine. First edition. Fine in fine dustwrapper. A memoir of a black sportswriter Inscribed by the author to Joe DiMaggio: "To Joe ... Perfection is always the unexplored, unexpected dream we all seek and fantasize about the ultimate. You have achieved perfection and I have appreciated it. Art. 7/13/85." With a letter of provenance signed by DiMaggio's two granddaughters.



    Bride of the Rain God by Willard, T. A

    Cleveland: Burrows Brothers. VG. 1930. 1st Edition. Hardcover. First edition bound in green cloth, frontis plate ills. A tight, clean copy with mild rubbing to the spine tips. The title page has long in k inscription from a Dr. W.Stuart Carnes which reads, "I hope you enjo y reading this book as much as I enjoyed being with the author. (Took ) Willard on four expeditions into the land of Romance and Mystery of the Mayas - Yucatan. I have also enjoyed many happy hours with Edwardo H.Thompson in which he related to me his experience and adventures in cluding his discovery of "The Sacred Well". It is signed, Stuart Carn es. Below that is "PS I have beads, jade & other articles taken from " The Sacred Well". The inscription takes up 2/3 of the title page. Als o, laid-in loose at the rear is a double sided flyer advertising Dr. C arnes Lecture on the Mayas. The flyer was at one time glued along one edge and tiped in at the rear endpaper, but the glue has since dissol ved leaving a light brown outline on the flyer and endpaper. In a VG d j that has several short edge tears and frays, mostly to the upper edg e. An interesting association copy by a close friend and fellow of arc heologist Carnes, this Historical adventure novel contains some elemen ts of the Fantastic. .



    PERSONAE by Pound, Ezra

    London: Elkin Mathews, 1909. First edition, first issue. Bibliographer David Gallup's copy from his collection with his characteristic holograph slip laid in with "A3a 1st binding" in pencil. A rebacked copy with original boards and endpages and original spine affixed to gray-linen quarter-cloth. Gilt lettering on front board and spine intact. Original spine chipped on one edge; boards with minimal edgewear, mostly at the top corners. All pages in Fine condition. Very Good condition. Pound's first trade book.. First Edition. Hardcovers. 12mo - over 6¾" - 7¾" tall. Association Copy. The images are of the book described and not stiock photos.




    (New York): United Artists Books, (2011). First Edition. Wraps. Near fine. 8vo. Perfect-bound glossy illustrated wraps. Near fine. ASSOCIATION COPY, INSCRIBED by Greenwald to title page for poet Doug Lang: "For Doug / Take care - / Ted." Upper corner of rear wrapper shows some smoke damage, also visible to page edges. Else clean, sharp overall. 193pp. Poetic memoir by the noted Language poet.



    Andrew Wyeth by Wyeth, Andrew

    [Japan: Mitsukoshi, 1978. First edition. Illustrated. 4to. Publisher's wrappers, lightly soiled with a few scuffs. First edition. Illustrated. 4to. Inscribed to Lincoln Kirstein. INSCRIBED by the artist and his wife to Lincoln Kirstein and his wife, "For / Fido & Lincoln / with love / Andy & Betsy / This exhibition just ended / in Japan -" The inscription is in the artist's hand, with Betsy signing her own name. An outstanding association copy. Kirstein, who was on the board of MoMA, met Wyeth after the museum acquired CHRISTINA'S WORLD in 1948. Wyeth was still largely unknown at that time, and he quickly came to rely on Kirstein for support and honest criticism of his work. "Kirstein appointed himself Wyeth's friend, admirer, mentor, and stern critic - in essence a supersuccessor to NC. [...] Wyeth thinks that in the 1950s he needed Kirstein to push him toward more form in his work, more solidity" (Meryman, Andrew Wyeth: A Secret Life (1998) p. 239, 243). Kirstein, who disdained most abstract art, was essential in providing Wyeth the confidence he needed to continue work in the face of hostile critics who derided his art as sentimental and unsophisticated. Wyeth was fond of quoting Kirstein's dismissive opinion of the critics, "Why do you want approval from those horses' asses?" (ibid, p. 390). Kirstein was a father-figure to two generations of Wyeth artists, and as Andrew's son Jamie developed his own artistic gifts, Kirstein began to transfer his attention to the younger Wyeth. "After posing for nineteen-year-old Jamie, Kirstein more or less shifted his allegiance from Andrew and became Jamie's friend and mentor. Kirstein told Betsy, 'You gave me the only son I ever had'" (ibid, p. 275). "Fido" was Fidelma Cadmus (1906-1991), Kirstein's wife, herself a painter and sister of the artist Paul Cadmus.



    Mutiny Memoirs being Personal Reminiscences of the Great Sepoy Revolt of 1857 by Mackenzie, Colonel A.R.D

    Allahabad: Pioneer Press, 1892. 213pp. iv pp. Index. 2pp. Opinions of the Press. 6 photographic plates. Inscription on front paste-down " Dora Wasbrough from her Afft. Uncle W.A. Sanford July 1892. The reminder of his youngest brother & her uncle Captain Sanford ". Captain Sandford is mentioned many times including a description of the action when he was killed. He is described by the author as ' my friend and comrade' and 'one of the most gallant gentlemen that ever buckled on a sword-belt'. He had taken over command of a detachment the 5th Punjab Cavalry from Younghusband and was killed in an assault near Lucknow on 10th March 1858. An unusual Association copy of this scarce title. Half red morocco gilt, loss of 1cm at top of spine, contents VG. . Second Edition. Hardback. Good+.



    On the Headwaters of the Peace River by Haworth, P

    New York: Charles Scribner, 1917. First. Hardcover. VG+ to near Fine. a narrative of a thousand mile canoe trip to a little known range of the Canadian Rockies. Some hunting throughout (goats and bears). Scarce title because it is sought after by both hunters and Canadiana collectors. 295 pp. Ill. Near fine in orig. green cloth w. gilt scene front cover. Copy from library of John C Phillips, author of several sporting books, his bold signature and Medical Corps location on front free end paper His family also founded Phillips Andover Academy.. A great association copy. VG+, almost near fine. Laid in rear is an offprint of a hunting article authored by Haworth.



    Functional Operators (2 Vols.) by John Von Neumann

    Princeton University Press, 1951. Original wraps. Very Good. A very unusual Association copy. FROM THE LIBRARY OF --AND SIGNED IN BOTH VOLUMES BY-- JACK ROTH, THE RENOWNED MATHEMATICIAN (PHD DUKE, PROF. U. OF KENTUCKY) WHO, INCREDIBLY, WAS ALSO A HIGHLY-ACCOMPLISHED ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONIST PAINTER AND AN IMPORTANT NEW YORK COLLEAGUE OF DEKOONING, POLLOCK, FRANZ KLINE, ETC.). A CURIOUS FIGURE AND A MAN WHO INCORPORATED ARCANE PRINCIPLES OF MATHEMATICS (ASYMMETRY, PROPORTION, ETC.) IN MANY OF HIS PAINTINGS. A solid copy to boot of the 1961 stated 2nd printings, complete in 2 volumes. Both octavo volumes tight and VG in their orange wrappers, with light wear along the panel edges. Vol. I: Measures and Integrals; Vol. II: The Geometry of Orthogonal Spaces. #21 and #22 in Princeton's formidable "Annals of Mathematics Studies" series.



    Wooded Forms by OATES, Joyce Carol

    (New York: Albondocani Press, 1972. Fine. First edition. Cover drawing by Robert Dunn. Wrappers. Fine in envelope and card stiffener. Warmly Inscribed by Oates to Herb Yellin, who published several limited editions by Oates at his Lord John Press. One of 300 copies used as a Christmas greeting.



    J K Huysmans : Un Essai De Roger Marx Ecrit Un An Apres Le Decernement Du Prix Legion D' Honneur A Huysmans, Ici Fidelement Transcit D'Apres La Version Francaise Originale Du Manuscrit De L'Auteur Dans La Collection Basilike by Roger Marx

    Paul James Davies, Paris, 1974. First Edition. Paperback. Good Condition. 4 pages. IN FRENCH TEXT. Un Essai De Roger Marx Ecrit Un An Apres Le Decernement Du Prix Legion D' Honneur A Huysmans, Ici Fidelement Transcit D'Apres La Version Francaise Originale Du Manuscrit De L'Auteur Dans La Collection Basilike. Huysmans, J.-K. (Joris-Karl), 1848-1907. In an edition of 215 copies. JOHN LEHMANN'S ASSOCIATION COPY WITH A NOTE WHICH APPEARS TO BE SIGNED 'P(aul) J(ames) Davies', 'for John Lehmann who is himself des plus fiers esprits with gratitude PJDavies.' Published by Paul James Davies and printed on l'Ingres d'Arches paper. Text of a speech given on Huysman?s receipt on the Legion d?Honneur in 1893. Book in Good Plus paper covers - some light marking to the paper covers and a minor small closed to the long edge of the front cover. Content, clean, bright and tightly bound. A Scarce Title. Size: 9.75 inches tall by 6.5 inches. 4 pages. Text is in French. Quantity Available: 1. Category: Booklets & Pamphlets; French Language; Inventory No: 196839..



    LICENSE TO CARRY A GUN by Codrescu, Andrei

    Chicago: Big Table, 1970. First edition, first prnt. Printed wraps. Inscribed by Codrescu to poet, publisher, translator Robert Brotherson on the title page. "for Bob Brotherson, with love & woods, Andrei Codrescu August 30, 1971." Volume 3 in the publisher's Younger Poets Series. Shelfwear and wear on the spine folds. Very Good condition. . Inscribed & Dated by Author. First Edition. Original Wraps. 8vo - over 7¾" - 9¾" tall. Association Copy. The images are of the book described and nots tock photos.



    The Directory of the National Legal Bureau Containing A List of the Members of the National Legal Bureau and a Compendium of the Laws of the Different States Upon Business Subjects by [National Legal Bureau]

    Chicago: Hornstein Bros., Printers, 1894. First Edition. Hardcover. Good. Quarto. 222 pages. Blue green cloth hardcover with gilt stamped title on front board. Cloth has light superficial insect rubs to covers. Front and rear hinges are slightly cracked. Association copy: previous owner purple stamp of "C. P. Crawford Milledgeville, Ga" on front paste down and on rear end sheets. Crawford's name is listed under Georgia Attorneys on page 84. Inscription by Crawford top of right front flyleaf; "August 17th, 1899 - I give this to Mabel for a scrapbook." There are no pages in this directory used for making a scrapbook. There are a few pencil names written at the top of a few pages. Directory includes advertisements in back.

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